Attitude Will Determine the Outcome

YOUR ATTITUDE WILL DETERMINE THE OUTCOME.  I personally believe attitude will always determine outcome but alas, life is an interesting journey.  It is in our darkest times that we need the most fortitude and best attitude, but it is at these times when it is the hardest to muster these critical traits.  But the ability…

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